Welcome to No Pink Please!

The idea for this shop grew while pregnant with my son. As motherhood approached I found myself disheartened by the choice of kids clothing on the commercial market. Shopping trips showed such expectations for a certain, stereotypical path. He may embrace these, but I would like him to have the opportunity to explore, to grow up with the confidence to make his own choices. So No Pink Please was born, hoping to offer an alternative, another choice to the gendered marketing so apparent on our high streets. 

I sell ethical Independents whose ethos resonates with mine. Brands that create fun, unisex designs, whose clothing is age-appropriate and inspires playful young minds.

I believe our children should be allowed the opportunity to grow up without being immediately pigeon holed by gender. The name No Pink Please should be taken as tongue'n'cheek. It’s not about banning girls from wearing dresses or pink, or not allowing boys toy cars or trucks. It’s about allowing them the freedom to fulfil their full potential whatever path they choose.